Welcome to Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Sedgley

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Sedgley Estate Agent

Sell, let or buy property with Hunters

We’ve lived and worked in Sedgley for 40 years and are your local agent. This means that we not only know who your property appeals to, but we know who will love your postcode too. 

Whether you’re selling your family home, selling for the first time or want to rent out your property, we can help.

We cover a large area including Penn, Goldthorn Park, Bilston, Coseley, and Dudley (including Milking Bank, Gornal, the Straits and Gospel End). 

Get in touch today to talk about your property needs.

Our services

  • Free property valuation (online or in-person)
  • A fully managed sale
  • Expert advice from our experienced local agents
  • Bespoke, professional marketing packages for your property 
  • Flexible lettings services, from securing tenants right through to fully managing your property

Why choose Hunters Sedgley?

Reach an engaged audience for a faster sale or let

Through professional marketing packages, we help you build a property advert that stands out. Choose from expert videography, photographer or even 3D walkthroughs to make the best ad.

To make sure your ad gets seen by the right audience, we advertise it in all the places people are looking. This includes Rightmove, Zoopla and OnTheMarket.

We send your ad to our extensive list of buyers or tenants looking for a property just like yours right now.

The more people who see your ad, the more viewings you’ll get, and the quicker your property will come off the market.

Your local agent

All our team lives within a couple of miles of the office, giving us in-depth knowledge and insight into the local area. Having lived and worked here for years, we’re the most experienced agents in the area, getting you the best price for your property.

Lettings packages with a difference

As a landlord, you need a lettings package that works for you. We have flexible packages that suit your circumstances. Choose a tenant find only service, add on rent collection, or go right up to a fully managed let.

And we also make sure that you’re fully compliant with changing government legislation, so you’re never caught out.

 

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Why live in Sedgley?

Sedgley is a town near Dudley in the West Midlands.

While Sedgley doesn’t have a train station, there’s one a couple of miles away in Coseley with services to Birmingham that take just over 20 minutes. Commuting by car from Sedgley is very easy as it’s close to the M5, M6 and M40, and it’s only a short drive to the glorious countryside of Shropshire, South Staffordshire and Worcestershire. Birmingham International Airport is 40 minutes away and flies to beautiful destinations all around Europe.

Sedgley has good shopping, including Concord Market Hall, which has a great range of stalls selling various goods, including fresh food. There are also lovely independent stores selling gifts, baby clothes and haberdashery.

If you fancy a pit-stop coffee while out shopping, there are delightful independent cafes serving coffee, cakes and tea. There are national chains, independent pubs, and fantastic restaurants to save you from washing up for a drink or bite to eat in the evening. 

For a day out, there are lots of places to visit, including the Black Country Living Museum, which is only a mile away from Sedgley. This open-air museum is interactive, and you can look around reconstructed houses, pubs, shops and industrial areas.

The world’s first iron bridge is just a few miles away, too and well worth a visit. Other nearby options include Blists Hill Victorian Town, the Severn Valley Railway and Dudley Zoo & Castle.

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Meet the team

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    Christine Swinscoe

    Director

    Christine has many years’ experience in the industry, initially starting a letting agents company, then moving onto Payne Estates and then finally taking over the company creating Swinscoes Estate Agents 2005. She has headed the company in sales (including international sales), customer service, valuation and sales progression for many years having a positive, influential effect on her team. Numerous clients have benefitted from Christine’s ability to achieve the ‘impossible’ with her extensive knowledge of the industry. Christine now mainly works behind the scenes ensuring the business is running smoothly and efficiently.

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    Jessica Swinscoe

    Managing Partner

    Jess joined the family business in 2010 and has unrivalled and extensive knowledge of the industry. Loyal to any task in hand and particularly calm under pressure, Jess has gained the appreciation and trust of clients and customers over the years. Since becoming a mother in 2021, Jess enjoys spending time with the family and soaking up the sun on holiday!

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    Abigail Wright

    Lettings Manager

    Abi joined the team in September 2021 after starting her career in 2015 and climbing the ranks within industry. Leading the lettings department here in our Sedgley Branch, Abi prides herself in offering the highest level of customer service and provides a personal and approachable service to all her clients, ensuring a smooth process from letting to managing the tenancy. Abi is an asset to the company and looks forward to expanding the department and growing the lettings portfolio. In her spare time, Abi is a keen walker, accompanied by her husband and Shih tzu. She also loves to travel and explore new cultures.

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    Thomas Newbury

    Sales Manager/Valuer

    Thomas joined Hunters in October 2017, having previously worked in customer facing roles and decided to take on a new challenge. Since Thomas joined the team as a trainee sales negotiator he has excelled in the role and progressed very quickly, being promoted to sales valuer, and is now managing the sales department. He has an excellent rapport with clients/customers and has exceeded our expectations within the role itself. In his spare time Tom is a keen golfer, being a member of Penn Golf Club.

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    Judy Atkins

    Sales Negotiator/Progressor

    Judy is a Sedgley girl, having extensive knowledge of the local area and has been part of the team since 2017. Judy is an experienced Estate Agent, having worked within the industry for above 20 years and is extremely passionate about the property business. Her main role at Hunters Sedgley is Sales Progression, particularly understanding the importance of customer support from ‘sale agreed’ to ‘completion’. Judy is an asset to the company, and the feedback she has received for providing exceptional customer service has been fantastic. When not working, Judy enjoys spending time with her family and going Northern Soul dancing!

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    Kelly Hughes

    Administrator

    Kelly joined Hunters in 2021 as a helping hand to the busy office in both the lettings and sales department. She now looks after the incoming enquiries and makes sure all our clients receive regular feedback following interest in their homes. Kelly is a credit to the team and her interpersonal, attention to detail and customer service skills are second to none. In her spare time, Kelly likes to bake (she is the office feeder), she is an avid reader and enjoys going on holiday.

Local area guide

Sedgley is in Dudley in the West Midlands, and it’s close to Birmingham and makes a great place to live for commuters.

Sedgley doesn’t have a train station, but there’s one a couple of miles away in Coseley. From there, you can catch commuter trains to Birmingham that takes just over 20 minutes and opens up travel to the rest of the country. If you prefer to travel by car, Sedgley is close to the M5, M6 and M4, and it’s only a short drive to the glorious countryside of Shropshire, South Staffordshire and Worcestershire. For international travel, Birmingham International Airport is only 40 minutes away.

There are excellent schools in the Sedgley catchment area, including Queen Victoria Primary School, Saint Chad’s Catholic Primary School and Cotwall End Primary School. When it comes to secondary schools,  The Dormston School and Beacon Hill Academy, and Ellowes Hall Sports College is also nearby. 

Concord Market Hall has a great range of traders; there’s bakers, butchers, pet supplies, fruit, clothing and much more. The town also has an ASDA Superstore and Iceland. Sedgley has a good range of local independent stores within the town centre; Angel’s Boutique is a lovely gift shop, Belles Baby Boutique sells gorgeous baby clothes, and Beacon Crafts is a great wool store if you enjoy crafting.

The town centre has a great range of places to eat and drink. Boston Little Café is an intimate space with delicious food, Humbugs Coffee Shop is a lovely place to meet friends and catch up, and Tasty Plaice sells mouth-watering fish and chips. There’s also Subway, Greggs and a JD Wetherspoon pub called The Clifton. Spices is a popular modern Indian restaurant, and Ann’s Thai Restaurant is an excellent place for a special occasion.

The town has GP services and a Lloyds Pharmacy, and the nearest hospital is five miles away.

Sedgley is known for its part in the industrial revolution, and there are many fascinating places to visit. The excellent Black Country Living Museum is an interactive open-air museum with reconstructed houses, pubs, shops and industrial areas. 

A few miles away, there’s the famous Iron Bridge, and it was constructed by Abraham Darby in 1779 and was the first in the world. Blists Hill Victorian Town is not far away, which is a great day out, and the Severn Valley Railway. Dudley Zoo & Castle is nearby, with over 1,300 exotic and endangered animals living within the grounds of the 11th-century castle. 

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Christine Swinscoe - Director & Jessica Swinscoe - Branch Manager

Contact Sedgley

3-5 Bilston Street, Sedgley, Dudley, DY3 1JA

Mon - Fri: 9am - 5pm, Sat: 9am - 1pm, Sun: Closed


Sales : 01902 672274

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Lettings : 01902 672274

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